FBI Secrets

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South End Press, 1995 - 192 sider
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From the '50s to the '70s in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, Swearingen records his participation in campaigns against Communists and Moslems, Weathermen, Black Panthers and other organizations.eaders interesteed in domestic repression or U.S. history more generally will find invaluable primary source material in this historic expose. This is the first insider's account of the COINTELPRO era.
 

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FBI SECRETS: An Agent's ExposÇ

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A 25-year FBI veteran makes convincing claims that the agency has been waging a secret war on the citizens of the United States for more than half a century. Left-wing historians and journalists have ... Les hele vurderingen

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Introduction
1
Chapter
7
Chapter 3
21
A Close Encounter
31
Chapter 5
39
Starting Over
53
Chapter 7
59
There are no Weathermen in LA
67
Chapter 9
81
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Ward Churchill (Keetowah Cherokee) has achieved an unparalleled reputation as a scholar-activist and analyst of indigenous issues. A Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder and a leading member of AIM, Churchill is the author of numerous books, including From a Native Son, and, with Jim Vander Wall, Agents of Repression, and COINTELPRO Papers.

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